If there was one word to describe you, it would be: Napturalate. (Natural, Passionate)
But, if there were one word to describe your current natural hair, it would be: Overwhelmed.
Whether you are just starting out on your natural hair journey or you are newly natural, and you need a place that can help you start a healthy hair regimen, and boldly embrace your natural hair – you are in the right place.
Since you are here right now, something tells me that you are ready to fully embrace your natural beauty.
But maybe you…
- Have no clue what your natural hair looks like
- Need help with developing a healthy hair regimen to grow your natural hair
- Need to know what products and hair styles to try
- Feel overwhelmed with all the different products and information out there
No matter where you are on your natural hair journey, I know that you want to grow healthy and beautiful natural hair, with some length.
No matter your natural hair type or curl type, your natural hair is VALID.
Now, when it comes to natural hair, here are my core beliefs:
- We are all wonderfully and fearfully made
- All natural hair types and curls are beautiful
- You can only see the beauty in your own natural hair if you are willing to properly take care of it
- I believe that everyone looks beautiful with their natural hair – whether you have a TWA (Teeny Weeny Afro), medium length, or big afro
- If I’m being honest, I also believe that our hair behaves differently to different products, even if we have the same hair type
The gist is this: you are beautiful the way you are, and if you do decide to embrace your natural hair, you are about to be unleashed into a realm of TOTAL FREEDOM!
Hello there, my name is Lola Fowora, and I am passionate about giving women the permission to fully embrace their natural beauty.
How did this become my life?
Well, in 2002, I started reading about natural hair on the online hair community at Nappturality.com, about other women who have embraced their natural hair: their struggles and their wins.
In 2003, I decided to go to the barber shop with my husband, and I did the ‘big chop.’ That was how my natural hair journey started.
All my three daughters wear their natural hair, and I often find other mothers asking me how I am able to take care of my daughters’ hair. I decided to share the knowledge and experiences with the world.
So, I started this blog.
My goal with the blog is that you will be able to find yourself and identify with other women who share their stories and journeys, and also have the relevant information that you need to better equip you on your own natural hair journey.
And hey, thanks for being here. I genuinely appreciate you being a part of the natural hair community, and Editor-in-Kinks.